- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service
Outstanding view of the yacht harbor and ocean. Loved that the windows could be opened to sights and sounds. :)
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Located on the waterfront, Prince Waikiki is in Honolulu's Waikiki neighbourhood, an area with good airport proximity and shopping. Iolani Palace and Aloha Tower are notable landmarks, and travellers looking to shop may want to visit Royal Hawaiian Center and Ala Moana Center. Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium are not to be missed. Our guests appreciate the resort's location for the nightlife.
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Fantastic views--floor to ceiling windows and the tops open to let in the tradewinds! Lovely modern rooms & splendid bathrooms. So fun to be able to walk to Ala Moana mall and basically all of Waikiki. The service was lovely and warm, and the little on site market was well stocked with fresh papaya and cute Hawaiian treats. Now, the room for improvements...the pool was icy cold. A pool has to have a block of ice over it to keep me out--this one almost did. The front desk claimed the pool was over 80 degrees. Jump in and tell me that Front Desk... I hear the buffet is famous. If you are like me and are not looking to eat $60 worth of (most likely fattening) buffet food--your options are the sushi restaurant or a very limited menu from room service or the restaurant 100 Sails. There is also an acai and juice place on site. We could use more options--or at least one good one. I did not visit the spa. I would have loved to, but the reviews are equally mixed between "the best massage I ever had" and "I could not wait until the massage was over". And the spa was just a converted hotel room. I would leave "Spa" off the description till it moved out of a hotel room. I parked on site one night and the charge was $140. I did get it waived--but that seems high for self parking. I did love the hotel, I would stay here again, I just think a luxury hotel should have more than a buffet, an actual spa and a pool without ice bergs :)